Size : 2mm- 5mm. DOA Not covered for free ones.
Nerite snails are one of the best options when trying to keep your tank clean, whether it’s freshwater or saltwater. They spend most of their time moving around the tank, consuming any algae in their path.
Snails are ideal for beginner, as they are likely to make a few mistakes. They are very easy to care for and have few demands once you’ve added them to your tank.
They are also easy to breed so your snail population can quickly multiply.
At less than an inch long they won’t worry anyone who’s space conscious and they can be kept in smaller tanks.
Ordered one but received two snails which was great. Unfortunately both passed away within 24 hours despite a 2 hour drip acclimation
Ordered 5 Nerite Snails received 6, possibly 7. Unfortunately, a leaky transit bag meant they had to survive the trip without water. I carried out a lengthy drip acclimation and placed them in a tank containing only Cherry Shrimp. 1 had what looked like a crushed shell, and the others appeared to be ok with a nice spread of colour. 2 days on from arrival, 2 have moved away from the area of the tank where placed, another 4 are just hollow shells, and the other crushed one has just vanished. It's very disappointing, but hopefully I can source some replacements.
Great snails. Very happy with them and how they’re going. Definitely recommend
Sadly they all died on my in a matter of days. Could be that the PH level in this tank was a tad on a high side, otherwise I have not much of an idea why this happened. There are plenty of other snails in there which are doing very well for years. I noticed from the start that the Nerites moved extremely slow, compared to other snails, so maybe they suffered a little too much in transport?
Ordered one, received two. One was DOA, the other died a week later.